Cultural exchange happens even in Myanmar, the territory formerly known as Burma that is one of the world's most politically isolated countries.
Digital Mobile Broadcasting (DMB), Korea's mobile TV format, is being given a test run in Europe this week where it competes for acceptance with the local standard DVB H.
Cult Thai helmer Wisit Sasanatieng will take his color-saturated view of life to Singapore, directing "Armful," a stylized tragicomedy set up at One Ton Cinema.
China toughened up regulation of its media and entertainment sector in 2005, but local and foreign players can expect a lighter touch in the future. Patience -- and respect -- were the watchwords of…
The Bangkok Film Festival closed Saturday with a lavish black tie gala and the top prize going to Deepa Mehta's "Water." Vietnamese pre-war romantic drama "Bride Of Silence" was named best film in…
Programmed by North Americans, heavily attended by expatriates and financed by the Thai taxpayer, the Bangkok Film Festival is a wealthy event lurching along on only a couple of cylinders. Fest has…
Three more Asian shingles have discovered the private sector co-production route to economic movie-making. Trio launching "Black Night" in the margins of the Bankgok Film Festival are Japan's Movie…
Indian-born helmer Deepa Mehta has outmaneuvered Thai distrib Sahamongkol, which tried to pull all its pics, including her controversial movie "Water," out of the Bangkok Festival.
The third frame of the Bangkok Film Market got off to a slow start Tuesday. Now housed in the palatial new Paragon complex alongside the 4-year-old Bangkok Film Festival, the mart was shiny and neat…
Helmer Michael Winterbottom's "Road to Guantanamo," a likely Golden Bear-winner, and Guantanamo's former Camp X-Ray detainees created flurries at the end of Berlin Film Festival on Friday.
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